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... landscaped grounds, which also house a vineyard, wine cellar, and restaurant.
We capped off our day with a return visit to the Salamanca markets for more cherries, a walk through the historic Battery Park neighborhood overlooking the water, a wine tasting, and dinner on our hotel room balcony. Life can't be this enjoyable for people who actually live here, can it? Jonathan and I are ready to retire here to find out.
What better activity to do on Boxing Day than visit Mona, the Museum of Old and New Art, near Hobart?
We made our way over to get there for ten (a beautiful drive!), when it opened, and started our visit in the cafe - we had some quality drinks and croissant here, this place was clearly very upmarket.
Off we went on our visit, once we had been given our 'O' which was an iPod that had all the information related to the artwork on it (no ...
Each year (26-29 dec), the Sydney-Hobart yacht race tests teams of intrepid sailors who challenge the Southern Sea. The sea dominates life here and Hobart is an important centre and jumping-off point for Antarctic research, not only by Australia but by other countries including China. Australia's tiny Macquarrie Island (1500 km) is the only land mass between Tasmania and Antarctica, 3000 due south. Two days ...
Who would believe it!!!! 20 Degrees today is this really Tasmania.
We left Hobart for a trip into history heading to Port Arthur via Richmond where can be found the oldest bridge in Tasmania.
Port Arthur was something special what a well laid out heritage site we did the harbour cruise showing us how the site was laid out & the other seperate sites around the harbour- the cemetary & where the boys prison was.
After that ...
... recommended by fellow campers. Very good facilities so we booked in for 2 days . After lunch we went on " The Chambers of the Black Hand" tour which took us 60 feet under ground and down 82 steps to the viewing level. Lots of hand carved sculptures in the sandstone which was amazing for one man to do. The tour explained how opal is mined and what they have to do to make a living . Returned at 5 ...
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